Our dedicated volunteers work closely with the artists and the community to ensure quality entertainment.

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Quality Programming

Richter Arts invites members to show their artwork every spring and has a Juried Art Show every fall. Please contact our visual arts chair if you are interested in a solo or group exhibition.

Located in Danbury, CT,

Richter House is listed as an historic building

Board of Directors

Richter Arts provides regional and world class entertainers an intimate venue to perform.

Click here to view the 2018 spring season schedule

Special Notice

On Sunday, June 10, at 7 p.m. stop by for a   TRIBUTE TO BEN DA SILVA!
Joe Alessi, principal trombonist for the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conducts an ensemble of Danbury area musicians at a concert in memory of Ben DaSilva at Danbury High School, Clapboard Ridge, Danbury. 
This is a Music Centre/Cultural Commission sponsored event.  There is no admission, but a free will donation will be greatly appreciated. 

The Danbury Music Centre, with the proceeds from the concert, is going to establish a Ben DaSilva chair for the principal trumpet.  It will be for the Danbury Symphony Orchestra and the Community Orchestra.

Richter Arts lost one of it's founding members, she will be missed by all.

Mildred "Millie" Siegel, 93, of Danbury, wife of Morton Siegel, died on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at her home.

Millie was born in Huntington, West Virginia, May 3, 1925. She charmed Morton while he walked his family dog, Spottie on the West Side Drive, in New York City.

A loving mother of two independent creative spirits (Ellyn and Joseph aka Larry), Millie was a lifelong musician virtual artist, traveled to many places in the world, met many dignitaries and celebrities, worked as a secretary, an advertising copywriter, a newspaper journalist in many capacities at the Danbury News-Times. She was a coordinator of the Danbury Cultural Commission, an award winning painter and member of the Flyboys Club, a visual arts collective.

She was an active member of the Woman's Club and was a founding member of the Richter Association for the Arts. Millie championed music and the arts in the greater Danbury area for fifty years.

Everybody loved Millie. Funeral services will take place on Sunday, June 3  at 1 p.m. at the United Jewish Center, 141 Deer Hill Ave., Danbury.

Burial will follow at the United Jewish Center Cemetery, Grey's Bridge Rd., Brookfield.
The family will receive friend at the United Jewish Center, 141 Deer Hill Ave., Danbury on Sunday after 12 noon. Jowdy-Kane Funeral Home, 9 Granville Ave., Danbury is in charge of arrangements

Art Exhibitions

Stanley L. Richter Association for the Arts